Was traveling and used Trip Advisor to find this place. Although I adore sushi, I'm also a nut for Pad Thai and continue my quest to find the best I can. Hence, I ordered it and my wife ordered Young Chow fried rice.
The restaurant has a pleasant interior and the staff was very inviting. Complimentary steamed soy beans were a nice touch.
The food arrived promptly and the portions are in fact huge! Garnishes were nice and I was ready to dive in! The first thing that struck me was an usual aroma from the Pad Thai. It was nowhere close to the dozens of other Pad Thai dishes I've enjoyed--at true Thai restaurants. In fact, the more I nibbled at it, trying to detect what they did wrong I became less and less enchanted. There was an overly-strong garlic flavor/aroma---like it was from the chopped jar garlic which I despise. Despite taking a to-go box, we trashed it once outside.
It quickly became apparent this restaurant was trying to do it all when it comes to Asian food and that's not always best. The fried rice was okay but anyone who knows a bit about cooking knows that fried rice is made with chilled, day-old rice which is stir-fried with other tasty ingredients. Their fried rice was simply made w freshly-cooked sticky rice and the texture and tastes just aren't the same. Again--trying to do it all; Thai, Chinese, etc.
The Sushi and Terriyaki are probably the foods to order here. I doubt I would eat here again.
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